Gil Hoffman explains why there have been not two but seven elections so far over the past year, and why there might end up being as many as 12 before a new government is finally formed. Gil then goes into the impact of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu waging a political battle against the media. He concludes with a message to Zehut Party voters following their leader Moshe Feiglin’s deal with Netanyahu in which Zehut quit the race.

On today’s Israel Uncensored with Josh Hasten an interview with former MK and head of the Zehut party Mr. Moshe Feiglin. Zehut is hosting its primaries on Tuesday, and in a unique move has opened the voting to all Israelis regardless of party affiliation, as Feiglin believes that Zehut represents all sectors of Israeli society. Feiglin describes some of his party’s many platforms including a desire for less government involvement in the lives of the citizens of Israel and a reduction in the prices of goods and services. Feiglin says that he doesn’t see a difference between the proposed paths towards peace between Prime Minister Netanyahu or any others on the ‘right’ or the ‘left.’ He also believes that Israel should establish full sovereignty over all of the the Land of Israel, and describes what his party’s version of a ‘one-state solution’ would look like.